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Fentanyl Resources, Treatment, and Hotlines in West Virginia

Similar to the rest of the United States, West Virginia residents have been up against a raging opioid crisis and a fentanyl-fueled overdose epidemic that has claimed the lives of countless friends, family, and loved ones. If you live in West Virginia and are struggling with the misuse of or addiction to fentanyl, or have a loved one who is, know that there is hope. There are compassionate, informed peers and professionals throughout the country and the state who are available to help you obtain the appropriate care.

If you need help because of a fentanyl-related problem, do not waste any more time. Contact one of our skilled, caring admissions navigators right now at to learn more about what you or a loved one can do to get started on the path towards recovery.


Fentanyl Help Lines in West Virginia

No one ever sets out with the goal of becoming addicted to fentanyl. However, when fentanyl addiction does happen, it is important to know that life is not over. There is hope.

Of the many resources available to West Virginians who are struggling with a fentanyl addiction, national and statewide help lines are some of the most effective options. By calling a help line, a person can speak to a real person who will not only listen and support them, but also provide them with the information and connections needed to begin reclaiming their lives from fentanyl addiction.

If you are are addicted to fentanyl or are misusing it in any way, know that there is help available and your life does not need to continue in this direction. Consider reaching out to any one of the national or local help lines listed throughout this article to speak with someone who can help.



988 Suicide & Crisis Lifelife– 988

 

988, the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline, is a national helpline provided by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) where you can be quickly and directly connected to a trained and experienced crisis counselor. These professionals are both skilled and experienced, as well as ready to listen to your experiences and how you are being impacted so that they can offer effective support and resources. If you are in crisis, call 988.

SAMHSA National Helpline- 1-866-662-HELP (4357)

 

The SAMHSA National Helpline is available to all members of the public on an around-the-clock basis, every single day of the year. By picking up the phone and calling 1-800-662-HELP (4357), you can speak with a trained counselor who can provide you with treatment referrals and information services. All calls can be conducted in both English and Spanish. Those who have substance use disorders and those who are affected by them are encouraged to call the SAMHSA National Helpline for guidance.

Crisis Text Line or text HOME to 741741

 

The Crisis Text Line is a nationwide option and resource where individuals can text or online chat with a live, trained crisis counselor. This text line offers services for a wide range of issues, ranging from addiction and mental health problems to eating disorders and gun violence. Getting in touch with the Crisis Text Line is easy. Simply visit their website or text “HOME” to 741741.

The National Rehab Hotline – 866-210-1303

 

The National Rehab Hotline offers free and confidential assistance on a 24/7 basis for those who are personally experiencing addiction and their loved ones. Crisis hotline specialists are available and ready to provide beneficial resources and information regarding drug and alcohol misuse and addiction, as well as immediate crisis support, intervention services, and more. To get in touch with a specialist, call 866-210-1303.

WV 211 – Dial 211

 

211 is a nationwide service for people dealing with substance use disorders and mental health conditions to be directly referred to the appropriate treatment programs and resources. Upon calling 211, a person will be connected to a call center specialist who will keep their conversation confidential. The specialist will gather information about what the person is calling about and determine which local resources might be most beneficial for them. West Virginians can learn more about WV 211 here.

 

American Addiction Centers 24/7 Helpline – 1-866-785-9796

 

Offering free and confidential 24/7 help and support, the American Addiction Centers’ helpline provides a resource for individuals and their loved ones who are being negatively impacted by substance misuse and addiction. By calling 1-866-785-9796, you will be connected to one of our skilled and understanding admissions navigators. They are ready to listen to your experiences, gather information about your substance use disorder, and start providing several connections and resources that can help you get the most effective, most appropriate care.

Local Fentanyl Resources in West Virginia

Allowing a fentanyl addiction to persist without any professional treatment intervention can quickly lead to severe consequences, including death. While it may be hard to realize it in the moment, there are people who are available to help and support the process of breaking free from a fentanyl addiction and establishing a strong footing in recovery. Thankfully, there are a wide variety of resources available right here in West Virginia.

Help4WV

Help4WV is a helpline that is funded by the West Virginia Department of Human Services and offers 24/7 support for those residents struggling with addiction and mental health issues. This accredited help line is staffed by peer support specialists and recovery coaches who have shared in similar experiences as those who may call in. Staff can provide callers with referrals for emergency care, outpatient counseling, self-help groups, residential treatment, and more. Call 844-HELP4WV (844-435-7498) right now to be connected to a specialist or a coach, or text 844-435-7498.

Atlas by Shatterproof

Atlas is a resource for individuals looking to obtain addiction treatment for themselves or a loved one. It is managed by Shatterproof, a national non-profit that focuses on addressing the addiction crisis in the United States. West Virginia is one of 14 states where Atlas is offered. By visiting their website, individuals can locate treatment options near them. Atlas helps individuals filter through their expansive set of resources based on what type of treatment they are looking for, what type of substance they are using, and so on, making the process simple and streamlined. Atlas by Shatterproof for West Virginia can be contacted by calling 1-800-597-2557.

Northwood Health Systems

With several locations in West Virginia, Northwood Health System offers a variety of services for those who are experiencing addiction and behavioral health problems. Some of these services include psychiatric evaluations, medication management, 24-hour crisis intervention, day treatment, counseling, and much more. The Northwood locations are as follows:

  • Wheeling: 304-234-7777  –  1819 Wood Street, Wheeling, WV 26003
  • Weirton: 304-217-3050 – 353 American Way, Weirton, WV 26062
  • Moundsville: 304-845-3000 – 10 Ash Avenue, Moundsville, WV 26041
  • New Martinsville: 304-455-3622 – 307 Main Street, New Martinsville, WV 26155

WVU Medicine Thomas Hospitals Department of Behavioral Health

The WVU Medicine Thomas Hospitals Department of Behavioral Health serves the people of West Virginia who are experiencing emotional and psychological issues, including substance use disorders. Individuals can obtain services from Thomas Hospitals either in-person or virtually, some of which include inpatient care, outpatient treatment, psychiatric medical management, medication-assisted treatment (MAT), and an intensive outpatient program. Assessments are also offered and can be obtained through Behavioral Health Connections at 304-766-3553 or 800-992-3010. Locations include:

  • Psychiatry Behavioral Health Services at Thomas Memorial Hospital: 304-414-2895 – 500 Poplar Street, Suite 204, South Charleston WV
  • Outpatient Behavioral Health Services at Saint Francis Hospital: 304-766-4560 – 333 Laidley Street, Charleston, WV 25301
  • Addiction Healing Center at Saint Francis Hospital: 304-766-3553 – 333 Laidley Street, Charleston, WV 25301
  • Connections Behavioral Health Services at Thomas Memorial: 304-766-3553 – 4605 MacCorkle Ave SW, South Charleston, WV 25309

West Virginia Fentanyl Statistics

Fentanyl and other opioids have led to a major public health crisis throughout the state of West Virginia for several years. Sadly, many people have lost their lives to this and other drugs, while others have continued to grapple with the challenges that come along with fentanyl misuse and addiction. Consider the following fentanyl-related statistics for West Virginia over recent years:1.2,3

  • The CDC reported a drug overdose rate of 90.9 per every 100,000 West Virginians in 2021 – a rate higher than any other state within that same year
  • In 2021, fentanyl and fentanyl analogues were involved in 76% of all drug overdoses in the state, representing an increase of 58% since 2017
  • Between 2017 and 2021, fentanyl-involved deaths increased in West Virginia, while heroin-involved deaths decreased
  • There were 1,501 drug overdose deaths in West Virginia in 2021
  • Drug overdose deaths involving synthetic opioids increased by 25% in 2021

Get Fentanyl Help in West Virginia


Putting a stop to an addiction as insidious as fentanyl addiction can feel impossible, however it is critical to remember that help is available. If you or someone you love is struggling with addiction to fentanyl or other opioids, do not hesitate to reach out to us by calling right now. Our admissions navigators are ready and able to help provide you with information that could possibly save you or your loved one’s life.

Addiction Treatment in West Virginia

Sparrow's Nest
PO Box 1122 Beckley, WV 25880
5.0
(2)
Jacob's Ladder at Brookside Farm
PO Box F Aurora, WV 26705
4.9
(16)
Brian's Safehouse
368 Dearing Drive Mount Hope, WV 25880
4.9
(7)
Williamson Comprehensive Treatment Center
1609 West 3rd Avenue Williamson, WV 25661
4.0
(2)
Prestera Center
3375 US Route Sixty East Huntington, WV 25705
3.6
(26)
River Park Hospital
1230 6th Avenue Huntington, WV 25701
3.0
(1)
USC United Summit Center - John D. Good Recovery Center
100 Hopemont Drive Terra Alta, WV 26764
3.0
(6)
Harmony Ridge Recovery Center
47 Chambers Cir Rd Walker, WV 26180
Martinsburg Institute - Methadone Clinic & Suboxone Clinic
223 Eagle School Road Martinsburg, WV 25401
5.0
(1)
Saint Francis Hospital
333 Laidley Street Charleston, WV 25301
5.0
(1)
Parkersburg Comprehensive Treatment Center
184 Holiday Hills Drive Parkersburg, WV 26104
4.7
(1)
Recovery Point of Huntington
2425 9th Avenue Huntington, WV 25703
4.4
(2)
FMRS Health Systems, Inc.
101 South Eisenhower Drive Beckley, WV 25801
4.2
(3)
Southern Highlands Community Mental Health Center
200 12th Street Extension Princeton, WV 24740
3.5
(7)
Northwood Health Systems
1819 Wood Street Wheeling, WV 26003
Seneca Health Services Inc
70 Parcoal Road Webster Springs, WV 26288
Seneca Health Services Inc
131 Wellness Drive Summersville, WV 26651
Bluestone Health Association Inc
106 Thorn Street Princeton, WV 24740
WVU Medicine Chestnut Ridge Center
930 Chestnut Ridge Road Morgantown, WV 26505
Seneca Health Services Inc
804 Industrial Park Road Maxwelton, WV 24957
Shenandoah Community Health
99 Tavern Road Martinsburg, WV 25401
Seneca Health Services Inc
704 3rd Avenue Marlinton, WV 24954
Huntington Comprehensive Treatment Center
135 4th Avenue Huntington, WV 25701
Clarksburg VA Mobile Clinic
1 Medical Center Drive Clarksburg, WV 26301
Clarksburg Comprehensive Treatment Center
706 Oakmound Road Clarksburg, WV 26301
Logan Mingo Area Mental Health, Inc., Chattaroy Office
2954 Buffalo Creek Road Chattaroy, WV 25667
Beckley Comprehensive Treatment Center
175 Philpott Lane Beaver, WV 25813
Southern Highlands Community Mental Health Center
200 12th Street Extension Princeton, WV 24740
Crosswinds Center
414 Industrial Park Road Maxwelton, WV 24957
Westbrook Health Services
2121 7th Street Vienna, WV 26105
Charleston Comprehensive Treatment Center
2157 Greenbrier Street Charleston, WV 25311
VA Hospital
1540 Spring Valley Drive Huntington, WV 25704
Valley HealthCare System
301 Scott Ave Morgantown, WV 26508
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Latest Reviews of Rehabs in West Virginia

United Summit Center- Substance Abuse Residential

Bob Mays Recovery Center is absolutely wonderful. There is nothing whatsoever that I can say negatively. The staff is so caring. I really miss all of them. I learned so much and thanks to them and myself, I am remaining clean and sober!

- SLA
5 out of 5
Clarksburg, WV

Williamson Comprehensive Treatment Center

This place has become absolutely pathetic. It use to be a great place to help with addictions but obviously the only care about money because they definitely don’t care about the patients. They NEVER answer the phones and you better not expect them to do what they say, because only you are expected to follow the rules. This clinic has become the biggest joke and sadly the people there needing their help are who suffers. The counselors will literally hang up on you when they get tired of hearing the phones ringing. Go somewhere else.

- Addict
5 out of 5
Williamson, WV

Valley Healthcare System - ACT Unit

Intensive therapy. needs more activities for down time. Help is there if you want it. They accept meficaid.

- Anonymous
4.3 out of 5
Fairmont, WV